After cutting through the marvelous marble rocks, waters of the River Narmada take a sudden plunge from a height of 200ft causing a thunderous sound and a considerable amount of mist giving birth to the Great Waterfall so aptly named "Dhuandhar" or the smoke cascade.
Dhuandhar is 3 kms ahead of Bhedaghat and 23 kms from Jabalpur.
A ropeway has been built to take you across the river so that you can get an aerial view of the falls along with views from both the sides of the river.
The kand-mool fruit that became the staple diet of Lord Ram, Devi Sita, and Lakshman during their exiles. It is a bit of an acquired taste. It felt something like eating a raw potato.
Our farewell to Dhuandhar from a point from where both the arms of the Great River were clearly visible as they merged into one.
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